There are many ways to learn about and enjoy wine, one of the most popular is wine podcasts
So whether you’re on a walk or the morning commute, check out these top 5 wine podcasts we’re listening to.
Wine for Normal People
Since everyone can’t or certainly won’t want to become a wine snob, this is a great podcast for the basics. It’s a light and fun podcast hosted by husband-wife team Elizabeth Schneider and M.C. Ice. Elizabeth is a Sommelier and has a book by the same name, while her husband is an everyday guy who likes a glass of wine at the end of his workday. You won’t get an in-depth wine education here, but you’ll learn grapes and regions with some suggestions on new wines to try.
Wine for Normal People Podcast
Babes & Booze
Babes & Booze is great for the millennial crowd interested in learning about wine and lifestyle tips from 2 “wine disruptors.” Chel and Elle of Chel Loves Wine and The Modern Pour have both worked with a number of wine brands and regions and bring their expertise online in an inviting way that makes you feel like you’re chatting on the couch with a friend. Meet wine industry professionals, learn lifestyle tips, and sip delicious wines with these Babes.
The Swirl Suite
The Swirl Suite focuses on black voices in the wine industry. Hosted by Sarita, Tanisha, Glynis, and Leslie, listeners can tune in to an international mix of the wine industry and lifestyle topics in each episode. We love that these women bring diversity into the conversation, discussing female winemakers, kosher wines, and people of color in the wine industry.
Matthew’s World of Wine & Drink
If you’re really looking to expand your wine knowledge, Matthew has lots of great resources and information for you. Matthew Gaughan is a DipSet and WSET Educator who breaks down his podcasts into 15-20 minute snippets. From a 5-part series on Greek wine to climate change in Germany, take a deep dive into the fascinating world of wine.
Matthew’s World of Wine & Drink Podcast
Decanted Podcast was created by Rising Wines Collective Co-Founder Sandra Everingham and her partner Dave Adams. Their focus is on wines from Washington State, Oregon, and beyond. With winemaker interviews, wine education, wine tasting notes, and more, you can be sure to enjoy each episode and take away a new fact about wine, no matter your level. “Let’s Decant this!”